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The device includes features that can help you get better at Scrabble. It can help build vocabulary by creating words from the tiles you have, or it can find words based on the distribution of letters on the board. Also included are word games with various skill levels. Large, easy-to-read type reduces eye strain and the device has on-screen help, automatic shut-off, and adjustable contrast control. The Franklin SCR-226 Official Scrabble Players Dictionary requires four AAA batteries (not included).
Best gift I have ever given myself....avid WWF player and wouldn't be able to enjoy the game as much if I'd not discovered this,Published 18 months ago by chris stern
This is great for playing Scrabble,increasing your vocabulary.I gave to wife when she died I gave it to her son.I recommend them for education.Published 22 months ago by David J. Huff
We have owned two of these and the on/off button at best will last only a year before it stops working.
Very poorly made, will not last you more than a year.
I played on my own for years.. while friends had words that were in NO dictionary beat me online.. so I got even. shhhh.Published on December 29, 2012 by SB Cheek
I play Scrabble at least twice a week. My record is 13 games in one day. This device is helpful to me; I use it after the game. Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Gail
TO REPAIR SCRABBLE PLAYERS DICTIONARY CLEAN CONTACTS WITH RUBBING COMPOND FOR PAINT TO A CAR ,CLEAN WITH COTTON BUDS UNTILL THEY ARE NOT BLACK
NOTE ONE SCREW IS HIDDEN UNDER... Read more
I have purchased 2 Franklin Deluxe Edition The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary from Barnes and Nobles Book Store within the past 2 years, because the quality of them are very... Read morePublished on March 22, 2012 by Becky C
I have been very happy with my Franklin Scrabble Dictionary. It is very handy for checking spelling, finding a bingo,etc. Read morePublished on May 6, 2009 by Dianne Taboada